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  1. CROSSTOWN

    Crosstown

    This windowpane plaid, a nod to classic mens suiting, has been interpreted in luxurious jacquard velvet with a dash of the unexpected. Within each windowpane/grid are pinstripes of luminous, contrasting color. Crosstown enlivens the well-tailored look, making it both timely and timeless. The plush pile is a super-soft blend of cotton and viscose. Learn More
  2. CANYON

    Canyon

    Canyon is a plush new velvet made of mohair and viscose. An eccentric take on Donghia's traditional velvets, Canyon's unique color palette is strong in jewel tones and offers a well-versed basic and durable fabric. Learn More
  3. Halite Reversible

    Halite Reversible

    Halite Reversible is a durable textile with a satin face and dry textured back. Such as the mineral, Halite Reversible has a varying color palette of whites, reds, yellows and blues. Learn More
  4. GLOW

    Glow

    This endlessly useful "basic" solid is anything but ordinary. 100% Belgian linen, mid-weight and gorgeous, features a crisp chintz glaze. The special finish glows like the patina on heirloom furniture and is every bit as desirable. In 12 colors. Learn More
  5. Glace

    Glace

    Glace is a wool sateen with an exquisite hand, flawless surface, and smooth and silken texture. Glace can be tailored and fitted on upholstery- giving the plains and curves of furniture a luxurious finish or used as an elegant choice for your decorative... Learn More
  6. Covet

    Covet

    Simple, basic cotton is transformed in Covet, a plush cotton velvet. The dense cotton pile provides a sumptuous hand. The uniquely matte surface of Covet naturally absorbs light rather than reflecting it, creating an incredible depth of color and sheen. Learn More
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  8. Mudcloth

    Mudcloth

    Typically a silk textile found in Chinese culture, Mudcloth is now developed into a sturdy cotton suitable for upholstery and drapery. Vegetable root dyed cotton is buried in mud fields on the Far East, as weeks go by the mud oxidizes the color of the fabric and Mudcloth is created. This textured age old patina that is created is Donghia's alternative to traditional leather upholstery. Learn More
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